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#31
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what program...lspfix? Listed 79 errrors? Are we talking about the same program...I don't think so.
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for the other issue, download and extract the following files, then right click on the INF file, choose INSTALL, and it will reinstall the missing OCX

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Well, it showed 79 errors. The program tht downloads from the site you linked to is something called REGISTER MECHANIC.

????
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OK, I found LSPfix and am downloading it as I write.

Will report back in a few minutes.
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Here is what shows when opening LSPFIX:

Nothing on he "REMOVE" side

in the "KEEP side -
rnr20.dll
winrnr.dll
MSafd.dll
RSVpsp.dll

Thats all
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Hey Tom.
I will be without internet for few days and this just come up to me last night. What about try to check out your problem by give it a wireless conection if it don't give much of hassel ? I think you may give it a try since you already try couple of NICs. The idea behide this is if it still doing that then you know for sure your problem is software ?!?! And if this is the case then may be it will be save alots of your time by back every thing up and give the machine a fresh reload?!?!?!?!?!?!?
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I can do a reload because all of the "non program" files are on a mirrored RAID set separate from the "C" drive. The "C" drive contains programs only.

It is just that I would rather not spend all the time reloading software.
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Do you think that would be OK to give it a try with wireless conection?
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lspfix looks ok...

start > run
cmd
<enter>

ipconfig /all c:\ip.txt
<enter>

get the file from c:\ root and attach it to the next post


Also, under tcpip protocol advanced settings, go to WINS and disable netbios over tcpip (or if disabled, enable)

Also, if there are any other protocals like netbui spxipx, and you do not need them, remove them
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Well, it doesn't like the statement;

ipconfig/all c:\ip.txt

but it will take

C:\ipconfig/all

the response is as follows:

Windows 200 IP configuration

Hostname : number1
Primary DNS :
Node Type : Broadcast
IP Routing enabled : NO
Wins Proxy Enabled : NO

Ethernet adapter
Media state : Cable Disconnected
Description : VIA Rhine II
Physical address : 00-0A-E6-E3-24-69

Thats it
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mspscomp - I suppose wireless may be an option, but I do not have wireless capability in either my router or in the form of "cards"
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I don't know where you live but If the return option is easy I would give it a try.
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ipconfig /all >> c:\ip.txt

sorry....stupid mistake



>> redirects command line data to a file of your choosing
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That instruction returns to a "C" prompt
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Yes, it is supposed to, but now, look in the root of c:\

you will see a new file

ip.txt

Attach that.

We redirected the output of ipconfig /all to a text file

btw, did you also check on those other things....the diable netbios over tcpip....
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